Find great campground and dispersed campsite locations in the Little Belt, Big Belt, Highwood, Castle and Crazy Mountains.

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Enjoy Paradise!

The Lewis and Clark National Forest is full of amazing campgrounds. There are many types of campgrounds available, such as full service campgrounds (Conestoga and KOA), designated National Forest Service campgrounds, and dispersed campsites. Many of these places are located directly at great fishing accesses and all sorts of trails such as hiking, motorbiking, ATV, cross country, horse back riding, skiing on hundreds of miles of routes. Many campgrounds are close to the highway. Dispersed campsites are also very easy to locate, but do not provide any services other than a clearing and sometimes a fire ring. Learn more about dispersed camping here. Designated pay campgrounds located in the National Forest often have services such as trailer access potable water, garbages, bathrooms, and sometimes power.

Use this page as your guide to discover the best camping spot for you!



King's Hill  Many Pines
Aspen Logging Creek
Jumping Creek Richardson
Grasshopper Spring Creek
Moose Creek Lion Creek
Hay Canyon Daisy Dean
Russian Flats Indian Hill 
Dry Wolf  Basin Creek
Fred M. Ellis Memorial  Dry Pole 
Jellison Place  Hughesville Dispersed Camping


Camping Checklist

Food, Drink and Cooler Extra Water
Tent Firewood
Firestarter - Lighter or matches Extra Clothing
Headlamp and Extra batteries Water Proof Boots
Cooking Utensils Tarp 
Bug Spray Bear Spray
Camera Sitting Chairs
Sunglasses and Sunscreen First Aid Kit
Motor Vehicle Trail Map GPS Unit 

Helpful External Links

Learn all about dispersed campgrounds from My Open Country 

Leave No Trace

USFS Dispersed Camping Guidelines